Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Easy Donuts

Growing up, my dad and I would go to Dunkin Donuts every Saturday to get my favorite donut, 'The Manager's Special', which had coconut and Boston Creme and Icing and plenty of high fructose corn syrup.

Have you heard that donuts are the new cupcake? Well as you can see, I started the donut trend.
Here's an easy donut to make when you have leftover biscuit dough.

No joke, it's so easy to make and very delicious.



1 ten count can Texas style doughnuts (or your preference, just not flaky layers)

1 Cup Sugar

1 1/2 Tablespoon cinnamon

1 stick margarine, melted

Vegetable Oil For Frying


1. Pour oil into skillet to the depth of a little less than 1/2 an inch and heat on medium to medium high for about five minutes. In a bowl, melt margarine. In a separate bowl, combine cinnamon and sugar.

2. Using a plastic bottle cap, cut the center out of each biscuit. Drop dough into hot oil, watching carefully and turning when golden. Once doughnuts are golden on both sides, remove to paper towel lined plate. Repeat until all dough is cooked, including doughnut holes.

(Via Pinterest, Via Southernplate)

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